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GCSE reforms: measuring progress in maths and English

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Last updated on 2 November 2016
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How can we measure progress in maths and English using 9-1 grades? We look at examples of how secondary schools assess pupils in light of reforms to GCSEs. We also link to resources for measuring progress in English and maths.

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